Foodies and film lovers descended upon the Wiltern Theater Sunday night to celebrate the kick-off of Foodbowl, the L.A. Times’ month-long food festival. The event, cleverly dubbed Chef’s Fable…
LONDON — Tribune Publishing Co., owner of the Los Angeles Times, has rejected Gannett Co.’s revised takeover bid to acquire the entire company for $15 per share, but said Monday that it was open to…
The New York Times is hosting its first indie film festival on the Internet, streaming four titles on NYTimes.com for free during September, extending bicoastal relationship with Los Angeles-based…
The Los Angeles Times has laid off at least 11 employees Friday as it seeks to reduce head count in advance of a potential sale. A letter from editor Davan Maharaj and managing editor Marc Duvoisin…
To those protesting outside the Los Angeles Times and collecting signatures to prevent the dreaded Koch brothers from acquiring the newspaper, consider a popular adage with particular resonance in…
For beleaguered print journalists, the fantasy of benevolent billionaires — willing to run newspapers as a public trust, free of the pressures associated with profit and quarterly growth — has become…
The front page of Thursday's Los Angeles Times includes a major feature story on LAPD cop Ben Sherman, chronicling the rookie's rough first day on the job.
Tribune Co. is folding the operations of its Zap2It movie and TV listings website into the entertainment news side of the Los Angeles Times.
The sheer length of "the list," as it was widely referred to on the Web Tuesday, underscored the magnitude in human toll of the cost-slashing campaign under way at the Los Angeles Times.